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Sri Vyuha Jyotish Introduction

by Vis'vamitra



Jyotish means light on the path - an invaluable gift from the Creator, Lord Brahma, that not only reveals to us the karma we carry, but also provides a means to rise above this web of karma to the realms of blissful life in Brahman Consciousness. Those who are seeking to improve their happiness and fulfillment in life are invited to enjoy the self-knowledge, keen insights, and techniques for rising above karma provided by S'ri Vyuha Jyotish.

S'ri Vyuha Jyotish is unlike Jyotish as commonly used today in two important ways:

  1. The focus is on rising above one's karma to enjoy the full bliss of Brahman Consciousness, not  predictions of the future
  2. The S'ri Vyuha Jyotish Chakra is quite unique and gives a picture of the individual's karma in a way that traditional the Jyotish Kundli cannot.

Sri Vyuha Jyotish Chakra


Your S'ri Vyuha Jyotish Chakra is constructed to show your personal web of karma in a graphic form that is literally a symbolic representation of the eons of experience you have had. Through the technique of the S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra Meditation, your own Âtman will reveal your unique web of karma to you. It is not necessary to study this Chakra as one would an astrology chart. The knowledge that is right for you will arise in your consciousness spontaneously as you practice the meditation.

However, you should know a little something about the symbols on the Chakra, beginning with the dark blue sphere that contains all the symbols. This sphere is a symbol that represents the universe of Lord Brahma. It is from within this universe that you have been experiencing existence for innumerable life-times.

Within the sphere of the universe is the energy pattern of your S'rî Chakra - the fundamental archetype of pure knowledge for our universe. Your S'rî Chakra is the resonanting energy frequency of the Mind of the Creator and your direct link to this Supreme Intelligence.

Embedded in your S'rî Chakra are all of the karmas and ungrounded energies that you have generated during your eons of existence. The symbols here are


    Rashis - larger colored spheres with symbols at their center. There are 12 Rashis and each one represents an aggregation of karma. If you place your mouse over the symbol in the center of each Rashi and click, a window will popup with some of the categories of karma that are applicable to that Rashi, and the Graha that is the lord of the Rashi.
  • Bhavas - the placement of the Rashis represent their Bhava position. The large Rashi in the upper center is the Lagna (ascendant) and is a primary indicator of the karma of this life. The second Bhava is located above and to the left, the third is to the left of the second and so on around the Chakra.
  • Grahas - small colored spheres with symbols at their center. There are nine Grahas who are responsible for delivering the karma associated with the Rashis. Each Rashi is presided over by a Graha. When you click on a Graha a window will popup with some information about the realm of responsibility for the Graha.

Your S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra is created based on your birth date, birth time and birth location. This gives us a connection to the individual thread of existence that has manifested your physical life. The Chakra captures the holistic value of your karma. Through a technique of darshan meditation with your personal S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra, and the cooperation of your Âtman, eons of accumulated karma will be transmuted and you will begin to take large steps toward the goal of human existence - life in Brahman Consciousness.

Below is Vis'vamitra's S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra.  Mouseover the planetary symbols and the symbols in the center of the Grahas to see clickable areas that will reveal more.

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